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Challenge Accepted: Moore School dean and faculty take refreshing ice baths for ALS research - VIDEOS

August 20, 2014

Watch Moore School Dean Peter Brews and Moore School Economics faculty cool off in the South Carolina heat.

A Moore School Celebration - VIDEO

March 20, 2014

Students, faculty, staff and friends of the Moore School celebrate reaching the #1 ranking in both graduate and undergraduate international business by U.S.News & World Report.

Moore School conference to make top HR experts available to business leaders March 27 - 28

March 14, 2014

The “Chief HR Officer as Talent Architect” conference is intended for business leaders who want to better understand how their firms can effectively manage their organization’s staffing and knowledge, from chief executives to the front line.

Moore School ranked No. 1 for International MBA program

March 11, 2014

The Moore School's International MBA program achieved #1 in the U.S.News & World report rankings for graduate international business degrees.

USC alum takes love for retro rock to market

June 10, 2013

IMBA graduate Philippe Herndon rocks the guitar world with innovative retro sounds of his boutique guitar pedals.

Student wins nation's top supply chain scholarship

May 22, 2013

A supply chain project focusing on a hospital pharmacy earns a Moore School student national honors.

Alexandra Evans (BS ’09) uses GSCOM to bank on success

May 09, 2013

You might not expect to see a graduate of the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program in the world of banking, but that’s precisely where Alexandra (Ali) Szakovits Evans, BS ’09, who majored in Management Science, is finding creative ways to apply GSCOM principals.

GSCOM team is ‘built for success,’ according to Siemens executive

May 09, 2013

Leaders at Siemens Industry Inc. were expecting to be impressed by a team of students in the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program, and the team members proved they were up to the challenge by delivering even more than what was asked of them.

GSCOM students develop strategies to significantly reduce patient cycle times at Levine Children’s Specialty Center

May 09, 2013

Using Lean Six Sigma methodology, a team of students in the Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM) program developed a set of strategies that collectively could reduce patient cycle times at the Levine Children’s Specialty Center (LCSC) by nearly 27 percent.

Students bottle success for Coke

May 03, 2013

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated worked on a capstone consulting project with a team consisting of company employees, five supply chain students and Jack Jensen, Ph.D., managing director of the Center for Global Supply Chain and Process Management and Clinical Professor at the Darla Moore School of Business.

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